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How a House Is Built by Gail Gibbons
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How a House Is Built (edition 1990)

by Gail Gibbons (Author)

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Describes how the surveyor, heavy machinery operators, carpenter crew, plumbers, and other workers build a house.
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Title:How a House Is Built
Authors:Gail Gibbons (Author)
Info:Holiday House (1990), Edition: Reprint, 36 pages
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This book is an introduction to how, what, who is involved when it comes to building houses. This book introduces students to the different professions that are involved with building a house. The book shows the variety of materials that are needed to build a house. I would only use this book with very young students. This book could potentially be a way that you could help students connect the engineering design process in class to the real world. Ultimately, I do not think I would use this book in my classroom, due to the disengaging material. ( )
  Annalisebradshaw | Nov 7, 2019 |
This is a great book to teach children about houses are built for those kids that are interested in this question. In the book it goes over how the house is built, what jobs people do, and the materials they use. This book describes everything in detail and offers deteailed pictures so children can get a better understanding of the process.

Ages 4-8
Pierce College library
  Mercedesrose | Jun 10, 2019 |
It explains how to build a house with pictures included.
Ages: 4+
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  Alexa_McNabb | Jun 9, 2019 |
This book's title is pretty straight forward with what this book is about (how a house is built). This book is perfect to read to kids who are curious about how things are made, which is typically a lot of kids. Ages: 3-5. Source: Pierce County Library System.
  arielsaylor | Jun 4, 2019 |
Using vibrant colors and detailed imagery, Gibbons shows children how exciting the process of house-building is. Children will see the use of many tools, machines, and teamwork. Ages 2-5. Classroom collection. ( )
  KaelynneGustafson | Mar 13, 2019 |
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